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2020 BuildLoan Roadshow Dates now open for Registrations

Posted by Emma Blair on January 21, 2020

If you haven’t attended a BuildLoan Roadshow before – why not register and get involved this year?   Even if you have attended one of these events before – you’ll be due a refresher – as so much has changed over the past year in this rapidly growing sector.

Right to Build Legislation is now firmly embedded in English Law and the Government wants self and custom build to account for around 30% of all new build homes. While the knowledge and understanding of those wishing to design and build their own homes has increased over the past couple of years,  many mortgage brokers remain unaware of this important legislation, and the opportunity it presents.

By attending a BuildLoan roadshow, you can increase your understanding of this specialist sector and obtain a detailed insight into the world of self build, custom build, renovations, conversions, knockdown rebuilds, extensions for the main residence.

These events are also an excellent opportunity to meet and speak to the lenders involved in this specialist sector, and to ask them any questions you have about their products and criteria.   We will also cover options available for those looking to build to sell or let – whether that’s a single plot at the end of the garden, or building a site of houses, apartments, offices, or converting offices into apartments.

Join us at one of nine locations in England: 11 Mar – Durham, 1 Apr – Cardiff, 2 Apr – Fareham, 29 Apr – Nottingham, 30 Apr – Stoke, 30 Sept – Cambridge, 1 Oct – Felbridge, 21 Oct – Truro, 22 Oct – Plymouth. Click here to register to attend. 

Our roadshows are free to attend and as well as receiving a wealth of information and useful tools, you’ll also get breakfast rolls and lunch, as well as a CPD Certificate, to take away with you.

Stuart Bryce, BuildLoan’s National Relationship explains some of the benefits of dealing with BuildLoan in the following video.  Register to attend today.

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